David L. Dambre

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Mr. David L. Dambre is a doctoral student in Strategic Intelligence at the American Military University and a U.S. Army Veteran. A native of Togo, he received his B.A in Political Science and M.A. in International Relations and Conflicts Resolution from the University of Texas at Dallas and American Military University respectively. His research interests are theoretically framed by Constructivism and narrate the advancement of regional and international societies, International Relations, intelligence sharing, and cooperation practices within the military to military and military-civilian alliances, with a special focus on the West African region, African politics, and U.S. foreign policy. Mr. Dambre published his memoir titled “Renegade: Defying my Father’s Opposition to Working for the Pentagon” IN 2022.

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Trump’s Diplomatic Shifts in the Middle East: Repercussions and Current Realities

The U.S. Departure from its longstanding policies in the Middle East under Former President Trump may have everything to do with the current situation...

Putin’s Strategic Miscalculations

In the days leading up to his ill-advised "Special Military Operation" in Ukraine, Putin appears to have failed to assess the response of its...

Why the U.S. is Losing Africa to China and Russia

The presence of Chinese in Africa has generated differing debates about the real reason they are there.  Some have suggested that Africa is on...

Intelligence Deficiencies Hamper Togolese Security Forces Fight Against VEOs

The Togolese security forces' lack of actionable and credible intelligence is fettering its response to the VEO attacks. On Friday, 10 February 2023, according...

The Impacts of Russia’s War in Ukraine on African Countries

Authors: David L. Dambre and Bema D. Yeo* This article discusses the effects of the war in Ukraine on African countries, including food and fuel...

Violent Extremist Organizations Threaten West Africa’s Development

Violent extremist organizations, such as militant Islamist groups, have been a major threat to West Africa's development. In Burkina Faso, these organizations have spread...

The Impact of Disinformation on Strategic Intelligence Policies

Summary: The strategic warning report is intended to provide relevant and necessary intelligence to the senior policy-maker for the United States (U.S.) intelligence community...

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